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Esports - Valorant Gaming Club
Imagination Art Studio by David Stearns
Ongoing - Teaching kids important life skills using video games and collaborative team work
Valorant is one of the most popular e-sports that has attracted the attention of many kids and teens around the world. It is played for fun by those just wanting to have a laugh with friends. It is played at the college level competitively in national leagues. Valorant is also represented at the professional scene internationally at World Championships. There is a big community of Valorant gamers. The goal of this class is to provide a safe, moderated environment for young Valorant players to...
This class is taught in English.
The goal of this class is to have fun in a safe, moderated virtual class with other young Valorant players. It is always more fun playing Valorant with friends and this class is designed to create an open, social and safe space for young players to connect to enjoy the game together. The class focuses on communication skills, team building exercises, gaining confidence, making quick decisions, handling frustrations, learning compromises and honing leadership skills - all important lessons that translate to real life. In the class, we also work on improving Valorant specific skills (agent selection/roles, map awareness, game mechanics etc) as well as developing other gaming skills that will translate to other games (such as aim training).
Homework OfferedNo specific homework will be assigned but gamers can take on board the feedback and practice during the week
All games should have Valorant installed ahead of the class and ensure that it is up to date and pre loaded ahead of time.
Parents should be aware that Valorant is a first person shooter gamer where your learner plays an agent with special powers. It is rated "T for Teen" by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB), recommended for ages 13 and above, due to mild violence and animated blood (some of which can be toned down in "settings" for younger children). It is a tactical combat game where the goal is to eliminate the other team and also depicts firearms. Parents should be familiar with what the game is about and decide whether it is appropriate for your learner. Outside of the classroom, online interactions with the wider player base may expose your children to inappropriate language. Parents should monitor their child's play and have open discussions with them about online safety and responsible gaming practices. This class will be moderated by me, playing and coaching the kids to ensure it is a safe, fun and engaging environment for all gamers. No bullying, inappropriate language or intentional disruption to another gamer's experience will be tolerated.
Meet the teacher
I am passionate about sharing my love for fantasy art and empowering students with the foundational tools they need to make their imaginations come alive on paper. I teach art to kids from ages 3 to 18+ years old. For the younger kids, Harry...
1x per week
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Completed by 3 learners
Live video meetings
3-9 learners per class